What are the main arguments of the Beck’s theory of risk?

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Manufactured risks, on the other hand, are caused by humans and technology, such as nuclear accidents, and environmental pollution. Beck’s thesis of risk society is supported by three arguments, the first one being the changes risk has undergone in the context of time and space. In the past, natural hazards were more easily controlled and were confined to space and time, whereas manufactured risks are mobile and not restricted by time. The second argument to support the concept of a risk society describes how manufactured risks have become increasingly destructive. Beck bases this...
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